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so i just gave three gce o level subjects papers and i am now planning to give computer science papers in oct november as well as english
so can any one help me with the preperation
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What do you mean? Do you mean 'give' or 'have'?
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What do you mean? Do you mean 'give' or 'have'?
It seems a not uncommon idiom among some English speakers (particularly from South Asian backgrounds I gather?) to refer to sitting an exam (i.e. what might be typically referred to in British English as "taking an exam") as "giving an exam". So basically they recently completed 3 exams as detailed above and plan to sit for 2 more later in the year.

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so i just gave three gce o level subjects papers and i am now planning to give computer science papers in oct november as well as english
so can any one help me with the preperation
You might find it hard to get resources on TSR as it's mainly focused on UK exams and exam boards, and O-Levels haven't been offered in the UK for about 30 years or so (they've been replaced with GCSEs). You might find some GCSE resources helpful revision but make sure you check the exact requirements for your exam and bear in mind any differences
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(Original post by artful_lounger)
It seems a not uncommon idiom among some English speakers (particularly from South Asian backgrounds I gather?) to refer to sitting an exam (i.e. what might be typically referred to in British English as "taking an exam") as "giving an exam". So basically they recently completed 3 exams as detailed above and plan to sit for 2 more later in the year.


You might find it hard to get resources on TSR as it's mainly focused on UK exams and exam boards, and O-Levels haven't been offered in the UK for about 30 years or so (they've been replaced with GCSEs). You might find some GCSE resources helpful revision but make sure you check the exact requirements for your exam and bear in mind any differences
Good point. However note CIE do offer O Level which are taken more by international schools than UK.

Can you tell us what your three O Level subjects were and what two subjects you intend to do in November?
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Good point. However note CIE do offer O Level which are taken more by international schools than UK.

Can you tell us what your three O Level subjects were and what two subjects you intend to do in November?
i gave islamyat pakistan sudies and urdu (which are only necessary in pakistan) and I intended to give computer science and english
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so i just gave three gce o level subjects papers and i am now planning to give computer science papers in oct november as well as english
so can any one help me with the preperation
(Original post by Lysistrata)
Good point. However note CIE do offer O Level which are taken more by international schools than UK.

Can you tell us what your three O Level subjects were and what two subjects you intend to do in November?
and i have heard that your entry in university with scholar ship is not mostly given if you give exams by breaking
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